With Frozen II warming the hearts of children everywhere, it’s the perfect time to reflect on the film that started it all. Is Frozen as good as we remember?

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The original Addams Family show first aired in 1964. Decades later, the Halloween favorite still carried enough clout to warrant its own movie, and the 1991 film was born. Posing as Gomez Addams’ long-lost brother fester, Gordon works with his mother Abigail to try to steal the vast riches that lay within the Addams’ family’s secret vault.

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Following the unforgettable events of September 11, 2001, zombie-centered films surged in popularity. Scholars have speculated that their rise to cinematic prominence during the decade that followed represented a shift in Western consciousness. Namely, a fear of the cultural “Other” stemming from the growing anxiety around terrorism.

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Saving Private Ryan is one of the more popular WWII films to come out of the late 20th century. Since I hadn’t seen it yet (why yes, I do live under a rock), I was looking forward to finally getting around to watching it, since I had heard almost nothing but good things about the film. First impressions: I was not disappointed.

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